Stakes Success for Brazen Beau's Bello Beau

Mark Smith - Sunday January 23

The Adam Trinder-trained gelding Bello Beau took his record to two from two when outclassing his rivals in the $100,000 Mills New Norfolk Elwick Stakes at Hobart on Sunday.

Winning connections (image Trinder Racing)

Ridden by Jason Maskiell, the 2yo son of Brazen Beau was untroubled to defeat the Inference gelding Remunda by two lengths with the Zebedee filly Piiink Beauty a half-neck back in third.

Owned by Wayne Roser, Bello Beau broke his maiden over the same track and distance on December 29.

Bred by Enak Pty Ltd, Bello Beau was consigned by Supreme Thoroughbreds to the 2021 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale, with Roser signing the ticket for $70,000.

He is the seventh winner for the stakes-placed Flying Spur mare Bella Princess.

Bello Beau a $70,000 Inglis Premier yearling

Purchased for $55,000 at the 2013 Inglis August Thoroughbred Sale, Bella Princess is a half-sister to Group II winner Ten Gun Salute and Group III winner Red Typhoon. She is out of the dual Listed stakes winner and Group 1 South Australian Oaks runner-up Ladybird Blue (Bluebird).

Bello Beau becomes the 16th stakes-winner for Darley Stud’s Brazen Beau, who stood for an advertised fee of $49,500 in 2021.


Race Result - Mills New Norfolk Elwick Stks LR 1100m

Hobart Track: Good(4) Time: 1:06.28
Bello Beau
T: Adam Trinder J: J Maskiell 57
2g Brazen Beau (AUS) x Bella Princess (AUS) (Flying Spur (AUS))
Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale $70,000
V:Supreme Thoroughbreds, Romsey
B: W Roser
T: G S White J: B Muhcu 57
2g Inference (AUS) x Heaven's Choice (AUS) (Stratum (AUS))
Piiink Beauty
T: G J Stevenson J: Codi Jordan 55
2f Zebedee (GB) x Miss Cooper (AUS) (Medaglia D'Oro (USA))
Geegee Jet By
T: S Gandy J: Ismail Toker 57
2g Wordsmith (AUS) x Geegee Pretty Jess (AUS) (Clangalang (AUS))
Decisive Choice
T: J F Luttrell J: S Tsaikos 55
2f Decides (AUS) x Pickup Paris (AUS) (West Quest (CAN))
T: G S White J: B Mc Dougall 57
2g Toronado (IRE) x Winay Wayna (AUS) (Tough Speed (USA))
T: S Gandy J: Sigrid Carr 55
2f Wordsmith (AUS) x Miss Elizabeth (AUS) (Lucky Owners (NZ))
Ella Exceeds
T: Patrick Dargan J: E Byrne Burke 55
2f Mikki Isle (JPN) x Eccellere (AUS) (Exceed And Excel (AUS))
T: Yassy Nishitani J: Randy Tan 55
2f Shooting To Win (AUS) x Katiet (AUS) (Mossman (AUS))
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale Highway Session $25,000
V:Glenn Lee Thoroughbreds, Meroo Meadow
B: R Sugita
Inglis Australian Weanling Sale $10,000
V:HP Thoroughbreds, Hilldale
B: Eternity Bloodstock
Happy Clan
T: J L Keys J: T Baker 57
2g Ilovethiscity (AUS) x Clan McLeod (AUS) (Savoire Vivre (GB))
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